As part of a year of The Red Dragon Centre’s 25th anniversary celebrations this year, we’re asking the public to contribute to an exclusive new art installation being created by Welsh artist Nathan Wyburn.
Nathan is an artist who specialises in creating pieces out of non-traditional mediums, mainly celebrity portraits out of food. He was a finalist on Britain’s Got Talent in 2011, creating a portrait of judge Michael McIntyre out of Marmite on toast.
The well-known artist will be creating a mural for The Red Dragon Centre using photos of the centre over the years sent in by customers. Customers can share their snaps on the Centre’s socials or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org for the chance to see them included in the final mural!
The Centre’s official birthday celebrations will take place on 28 and 29 August, which will will include face painting stations and a giant ball pit installation that will hold 25,000 balls with chances to win! Nathan will also be joining in the celebrations on 29 August and joining in some workshop fun with visitors.
Emma Constantinou, marketing manager at the Red Dragon Centre, said: “We’re so looking forward to celebrating our 25th anniversary in style, and Nathan’s giant mural will be a marvellous way to get our customers from over the years involved.
“Our customers are a huge part of our history and that’s why we hope to receive as many photos as possible, so that we can celebrate some of our highlights of the last 25 years and bring them together in an incredible, visual way. Photos can be of anything that people are willing to share, whether its photos of them bowling, eating in one of the restaurants or just having fun with friends, all are welcome.”